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 Author Paul Beck  Views 725 View Original Article

Overview:  SharePoint by default uses disk based persistence using a FedAuth Cookie.  In most enterprise clients there are multiple different application and authentication providers.  Cookies can be set for session persistence in multiple ways and as the application world is walking toward SSO is becoming even more prevalent for unexpected behavior to happen with cookies.Thoughts:Cookies that keep are responsible for authentication can be stored for the browser sessions eithe ron…
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